Managing the margins gender citizenship and the international regulation of precarious employment by leah f vosko arne l kalleberg university of north carolina at chapel hill. Managing the margins provides a rigorous analysis of national and international regulatory approaches drawing on original and extensive qualitative and quantitative material it innovates by analyzing the historical and contemporary interplay of employment norms gender relations and citizenship boundaries. Request pdf managing the margins gender citizenship and the international regulation of precarious employment this book explores the precarious margins of contemporary labour markets over . Managing the margins labels such approaches ser centric and illustrates how they leave intact the precarious margins of the labour market the book employs three conceptual lenses the normative model of employment the gender contract and citizenship boundaries chapters 1 to 3 sketch the gendered development of regulations forging the ser in parts of western europe australia . Get this from a library managing the margins gender citizenship and the international regulation of precarious employment leah f vosko oxford university press this book seeks to understand the precarious margins of late capitalist labour markets its point of departure is the prevailing view that the full time continuous job or the standard employment
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